Take Our School Climate Survey
Positive school climate is important to us as we work towards equitable outcomes for all of our students. The social and emotional health of our students is a priority. Hearing from all members of our community on these issues is critical.
California school districts are required to survey families every year for their opinion on safety and feelings of connectedness to school. For the third year, our district is using a broad, district-wide survey to gather this information. The results of this anonymous survey will inform district decision-making in the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) and the use of state funds.
Last year, we received over 2,000 surveys from families. However, this year we want to reach and obtain participation from more families. Parent and community voice is critical for our success, so please share this survey with other parents at your school and across the district.
We also want you to know that students in grades 3 through 12 will also be asked to take a similar survey in the classroom. If you would like to review the questions in the student survey, please ask to review a copy at your school’s front office. Last year almost 14,000 students participated in the survey. It is important to have a large cross-section of students take the survey. Positive school climate is a state priority, and it is a cornerstone of the district’s LCAP goal for safe, emotionally healthy and engaged students.
Please complete one survey per school that your student attends. The family survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. The deadline to complete this school climate survey is February 21, 2019.
Online Family Survey